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Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning, Foreign, Second and Multilingual Language Education

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Combining theory, research and practice, the master’s program prepares foreign language and TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) professionals to engage in meaningful and effective practice across a variety of educational settings. 
 
Our faculty have lived, studied and taught around the world. The strong international orientation of the program emphasizes understanding of key educational issues in the United States. At the heart of our program is a deep commitment to a vision of education that embraces diversity, social justice and equity. 

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Pride in the past, eyes to the future 

As one of the oldest language education programs in the United States, we have trained many language educators who have made an impact in the U.S. and other countries since the Foreign Language Teacher Training program was first established in the 1950s and the master’s TESOL program in 1967.  
 
Many graduates of the program also pursued further doctoral studies and have become renowned scholars and academic leaders in countries across the globe. The pride in our past is the same as we look to the future – training high-quality language educators and world-class scholars is our commitment to you. 

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Degree Requirements

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Minimum Program hours

30

Deadline to apply

March 15 (Autumn Semester)
September 14 (Spring Semester)

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Program start

Autumn/Spring Semester

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